Minneapolis and Sent Paul Minnesota US editable vector map svg free

Editable Vector Map of the Minneapolis and Sent Paul Minnesota US in SVG format.
Can be edited in the following programs: Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, InkScape
Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, land use areas.

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The Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area, often referred to as the Twin Cities, is the largest urban area in Minnesota. Both cities have unique and significant streets, roads, and districts that define their urban landscape.


Principal Streets and Roads:

  1. Hennepin Avenue: A major thoroughfare that runs through downtown Minneapolis and extends into the suburbs. It is known for its theaters, restaurants, and nightlife.
  2. Nicollet Mall: A pedestrian and transit mall in downtown Minneapolis, featuring shops, restaurants, and office buildings.
  3. Lake Street: An east-west street that traverses the city, known for its diverse cultural offerings and vibrant commercial areas.
  4. Washington Avenue: Runs through the University of Minnesota campus and into downtown, an important connector for the city.
  5. Cedar Avenue: Connects the West Bank neighborhood, known for its eclectic mix of cultures and restaurants.
  6. University Avenue: Runs from Minneapolis into Saint Paul, an important corridor for transit and commerce.

Major Roads:

  1. Interstate 35W (I-35W): A major north-south freeway that runs through Minneapolis, connecting to other parts of the Twin Cities and beyond.
  2. Interstate 94 (I-94): Runs east-west through Minneapolis, connecting to Saint Paul and continuing to other states.
  3. Minnesota State Highway 55 (Hiawatha Avenue): Connects downtown Minneapolis to the southeastern suburbs and the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

Key Districts:

  1. Downtown Minneapolis: The central business district with skyscrapers, shopping, and entertainment venues.
  2. Uptown: Known for its vibrant nightlife, dining, and shopping, especially around Lake Calhoun (Bde Maka Ska).
  3. Northeast Minneapolis: An arts district with galleries, breweries, and a historic industrial area.
  4. North Loop (Warehouse District): A trendy area with lofts, restaurants, and boutiques.
  5. Dinkytown: Located near the University of Minnesota, popular with students for its cafes, shops, and entertainment.

Saint Paul

Principal Streets and Roads:

  1. Summit Avenue: Famous for its historic mansions and the Governor’s Residence, running through the western part of Saint Paul.
  2. Grand Avenue: Known for its boutique shops, restaurants, and historic homes.
  3. University Avenue: An important commercial street that connects downtown Saint Paul to Minneapolis.
  4. Selby Avenue: Known for its historic buildings, restaurants, and shops.
  5. Snelling Avenue: A major north-south route that passes through several key neighborhoods and commercial areas.

Major Roads:

  1. Interstate 94 (I-94): Runs east-west through Saint Paul, connecting to Minneapolis and beyond.
  2. Interstate 35E (I-35E): A north-south freeway that runs through Saint Paul, connecting to the northern and southern suburbs.
  3. U.S. Highway 52 (Lafayette Freeway): Runs southeast from downtown Saint Paul to the southern suburbs and Rochester, MN.

Key Districts:

  1. Downtown Saint Paul: The central business district with historic landmarks, government buildings, and the Xcel Energy Center.
  2. Lowertown: A vibrant arts district with lofts, galleries, and the Saint Paul Farmers Market.
  3. Cathedral Hill: Known for the Cathedral of Saint Paul and historic homes.
  4. West Seventh: A historic neighborhood with breweries, restaurants, and cultural institutions.
  5. Highland Park: A residential area with parks, a golf course, and shopping centers.

The Minneapolis-Saint Paul area is characterized by a blend of historic charm and modern development, offering diverse neighborhoods and vibrant commercial districts.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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